Rated 5 out of 5 by CCjr Great product
I have had no issues with these nocks. They were easy to install and work great. I love the fact that they work up to 90 hours so even if I have difficulty locating the in the bright sun, I can come back at sunset and see them flashing.
January 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by OldHoosier HAVE NEVER FAILED
I have been using the Easton Tracer Crossbow arrow nocks for 2 yrs now. They have never failed to light when shooting. I shoot them in the Carbon Express RedHots. If you pay attention to the instructions, you will have no problems.
October 17, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by bossbird1 rethink purchase
I bought 3 Easton Tracer Bolt Nocks, after reading the instructions and getting them to work I shot them out of a 225lb crossbow. The first one lite but after hitting target went out, the second one did the same as the first, the third one worked like it should of. When I pulled the first one apart it was ripped apart beyond repair, the second one came out of the nock and was in the tip of the bolt ,tried it again it did the same thing. I called Easton and told them what happen, and was told to send them back for replacement. I have used Easton products in the past and love them. Boy it is a good thing this didn't happen in the field, but who's to say it won't !!!!!
February 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by funkytown Light 'Em Up!
I bought a single lighted nock - was not dissapointed! Once you read the instructions of how to light it and turn it off - you're all set (even comes with a magnet). Cost was $12, but worth it! It goes off upon deployment and stays lit with blinking. I put down a 10 pointer with the aid of this nock (my first ever deer) at 15 yards; mounted on an Easton Carbon Realtree AP 22" bolt witha Spittfire Maxx 80 grain 3 blade expandable.
November 2, 2011
Yes, they will fit the Carbon Express crossbow arrows if you buy the nocks that are for "CARBON ARROWS." However, you will have to slightly trim the 6 small ribs that are on the end of the nock that goes in the arrow. Trim just enough off the ribs to be able to push the nock into the arrow. If you don't trim the ribs, you risk splitting the arrow when you push the nock into the arrow. If you trim off too much of the ribs, the nock will be too loose in the arrow. Take your time and you will be ok.